Randy Moss Retires

August 01, 2011 | Derek Halford

WR Randy Moss retired today after 13 NFL seasons. Randy got drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the 1st round (21st overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft. Randy played for 4 teams in his career (Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders,  New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans).

Moss was known for his top speed and great hands and is one of top most talents out of all WR’s to play the game although, his off the field issues and ego did not allow him to be the best he could’ve been in my opinion. His ego is why he retired because he was only getting 1 year offers and he wanted a longer contract.

Still, Randy is a 7 time Pro-Bowler and a 4 time First-Team All-Pro. In 2007 with the New England Patriots he broke the record for most REC TD’s in a season by catching 23 REC TD’s.

Personally I think he will come out of retirement even though he did have a very bad 2010 season being on 3 teams and barely playing when he got to his last destination, the Tennessee Titans. Do you think Randy Moss has played in his last NFL game?

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